If the 2016 campaign to elect Donald Trump president was a lean, ad hoc operation that burned through three unlikely campaign managers — and it was — the campaign to re-elect Trump shows how victory can transform what had been a chaotic organization in 2016 into a low-drama machine run by now seasoned hands.
The Sharks on Sunday night avoided elimination for the second straight game in dramatic fashion, beating the Golden Knights 2-1 in double overtime of Game 6 in this Western Conference quarterfinal before what ultimately became a despondent 18,458 fans at T-Mobile Arena.
Tomas Hertl promised fans in San Jose the team would be back for a Game 7, then went out and scored the first short-handed goal in a multiple overtime game in NHL playoff history to beat the Golden Knights 2-1 on Sunday.
The crash happened about 6:15 p.m. Sunday on West Lake Mead Boulevard at Lirio Way, near North Torrey Pines Drive, according to the Metropolitan Police Department.
The Knights had allowed only seven short-handed goals in their two-year history prior to Sunday and none in the postseason.
The crowd of more than 18,000 at T-Mobile Arena cheered loud and proud Sunday, seemingly trying to will the Vegas Golden Knights to a game-winning goal.
San Francisco’s renowned waterfront hosts joggers, admiring tourists and towering condos with impressive views. It could also become the site of a new homeless shelter for up to 200 people.
The Knights outshot the Sharks 59-29, outhit them 80-39 and won 56 percent of their faceoffs but still lost 2-1 in double overtime in Game 6 Sunday.
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